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The Ministry of Education has partnered with SaskTel Be Kind Online to provide grants of up to $1,500 for youth-led initiatives to address bullying and cyberbullying within the province of Saskatchewan. The grant provides people like you the opportunity to collaborate to find solutions to stop bullying and inspire others to do the same.

Have your voice heard and rally others to Be Kind Online (and in person). We want to support your great idea – whether it’s how to spread kindness online, in your school or community, or any smart way to tackle bullying and cyberbullying.  

What kinds of ideas have we already supported? All kinds from students of all ages! Check out our Previous Grant Recipients and get inspired.

Grant Eligibility and Terms

To find out more about the Be Kind Online grant eligibility and terms, click here.

Grant Recipients

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Time Out for Mental Health

On April 26th, Grenfell High Community School took a "Time Out for Mental Health" by hosting their very own mental health conference.
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Better Together

The staff at Rivier Elementary School began “Better Together Tuesdays” at the beginning of the 2022-2023 School Year. Their vision was to expand and celebrate “Better Together” Tuesdays school wide.
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Bikes for Kindness

The students can now go out into the community and do-little things that show kindness, ranging from simple messages left on a nature trail, a nicely painted rock to illicit a smile, or more direct efforts. This helps students learn communication, collaboration, and leadership along the way.
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Be a Friend

Elbow Library and their youth ambassador Eli created a bookshelf that foster kindness. Eli personally chose some youth books for the "Be Kind" section.
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